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3.1 earthquake strikes near Shandon

Quake hits 13 miles north of Shandon in Parkfield area A shallow 3.1-magnitude earthquake was reported Tuesday evening about 13 miles north of Shandon in […]Full Article

Locals lend support to Ride 2 Recovery

Paso Robles military retiree partners with Kennedy Club Fitness to raise funds for wounded warriors Meagan Friberg Paso Robles Daily News PASO ROBLES – Lending […]Full Article

Chamber of Commerce CEO announces retirement

Paso Robles Chamber of Commerce president and CEO Mike Gibson retiring Paso Robles Chamber of Commerce president and CEO Mike Gibson announced his retirement last […]Full Article

16-year-old teen killed in car accident

Oscar Silva Lizarraga dies in rollover crash The California Highway Patrol reports a Shandon teenager was killed in a single vehicle accident early Sunday morning. […]Full Article

Paso Robles hires new police officer

Adam Ketchum is city’s 33rd police officer The Paso Robles Police Department is proud to announce the appointment of a new police officer. Officer Adam […]Full Article

Water treatment plant ready to move forward

City Council moves forward on new water treatment plant $11.5 million plant will allow city to use Lake Nacimiento water Construction of a new $11.5 […]Full Article

Fire contained at plastics manufacturing plant

Firefighters quickly contain breakroom fire Location: Lindamar Industries,1603 Commerce Way, Paso Robles On Wednesday, September 4, 2013 at 9 p.m., two companies of Paso Robles Firefighters […]Full Article

Hindu mantras coming to city hall

City Council will open meeting with Hindu mantras The Paso Robles City Council will start its Oct. 1 meeting with a Hindu invocation containing verses from world’s […]Full Article

Kidz Bike Paso event Sept. 8

Children invited to learn bike handling skills, safety and etiquette Childrens ages 4 to 13-years-old are invited to participate in Kidz Bike Paso. The event is […]Full Article

LA Times: Vineyards’ thirst pits growers against residents

LA Times weighs in on water basin debate Story on Paso Robles groundwater basin reports on dry wells and swelling vineyards Excerpts below: In Paso Robles, vineyards’ […]Full Article